Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology

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ISSN / EISSN : 2716-1188 / 2716-117X
Published by: Universitas Airlangga (10.20473)
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Haris Muhamad Ikhsan, Putu Ayu Sisyawati Putriningsih
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 43-49; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i2.2021.43-49

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Background: Canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a disease that results in a decreased ability of the cardiac contraction to generate pressure to pump blood through the vascular system. DCM is characterized by dilation of the ventricles with ventricular wall thinning. Purpose: The DCM case in Indonesia is rarely reported; therefore, this paper contains information about dilatated cardiomyopathy in a 2-month-old puppy. Case Analyze: A two-month-old local dog arrived with a complaint about coughing, loss of appetite, fatigue, and swelling on extremities, also having a history of seizures and bloody diarrhea. Physical examination shows that the patient breathes using abdominal type and polypnea, tachycardia pulse, pale mucose, and dehydration. Electrocardiogram result shows tachycardia sinus and abnormality in the depression of ST-segment. Radiography examination shows heart dilation and liquid accumulation in the thoracic cavity and abdomen. Hematology routine examination shows microcytic hyperchromic anemia, leucocytosis, and eosinophilia. Feces examination resulted in negative. Pathology anatomy examination show dilatated cardio, pulmonum hepatization, fluid accumulation in the thoracic cavity and abdomen cavity. Result: According to anamnesis, clinical examination, laboratory examination, and anatomy pathology examination can be concluded that the dog, in this case, is diagnosed with dilatated cardiomyopathy.
Haris Muhamad Ikhsan
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 26-30; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i2.2021.26-30

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Background: The virus of Avian Influenza (AI) H5N1 has become endemic in Indonesia since 2003. In 2012, the Avian Influenza outbreak at District Penebel caused chickens mortality in large numbers. One of the efforts to prevention the Avian Influenza outbreak is by vaccination. Therefore, supporting AI vaccination program needs diagnostic methods from post-vaccinated chickens that produce antibody titer by Hemagglutination Inhibition (HI) test. Purpose: The study aims to monitor the antibody of Avian Influenza phase I and phase II production in laying hens at District Penebel, Tabanan Regency. Method: 131 serum samples were collected from hens serums at poultry which has been sampled before. The serum sample is tested by Hemagglutination Inhibition (HI) test to calculate antibody titer. The serum is protective if the titer reacheas 24 or more, and the serum is unprotective if the titer is under 24. Data presented in 2x2 cross-sectional study contingent tabel and analyzed by Chi-Square (X2) non-parametric with the distribution. Results: Protective percentage of immunity level in production phase I in laying hens at District Penebel is 60,3%, whereas on production phase II is 43,6%. Data from the 2x2 contingent table showed an odd ratio of 1,9. The result of the Chi-Square (X2) analysis statistic represents immunity levels between production phase I and II are non-significance (p>0,05). Conclusion: Production phase I in laying hens has an immunity level 1,9x higher than production phase II. There is an association between the production phase and the protective immunity level of Avian Influenza.
Oky Susandani, , Ratna Damayanti, Anwar Ma'Ruf
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 37-42; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i2.2021.37-42

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Background: Pasundan cattle are local cattle native to Indonesia. One way to conserve beef cattle genetics is to use Artificial Insemination technology. The success of Artificial Insemination can be influenced by the quality of semen. Purpose: To determine factors affecting fresh semen quality in Pasundan cattle at UPTD BPPIBTSP Ciamis. Methods: The data were obtained through observations on seven Pasundan bulls in March 2021 towards fresh semen quality and some factors influencing it. The Pasundan bulls observed were seven productive males. Results: The fresh semen quality of Pasundan cattle, such as volume, color, and pH, showed good result,s but the average consistency and concentration of spermatozoa were still below the standard. The factors that can affect the fresh semen quality are the breed of beef cattle, age, body weight, feed, season, exercise, and frequency of semen storage. Conclusion: The determining factors that can cause the consistency and concentration of Pasundan cattle’s spermatozoa at UPTD BPPIBTSP Ciamis are feed and season.
Rahmania Zain, Sri Hidanah, Ratna Damayanti, Sunaryo Hadi Warsito
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 31-36; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i2.2021.31-36

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Background: Bacterial contamination in food can cause congenital diseases in the form of infections. Meatballs are one of the foods that are in demand by the public and foods that can be contaminated with salmonella bacteria. Detection of Salmonella sp bacteria can determine the quality of bulk meatballs and packaged meatballs. Salmonella sp bacteria should not contaminate the meatballs according to the quality requirements of the BSNI (Badan Standarisasi Nasional Indonesia). Purpose: To determine the contamination of Salmonella sp bacteria in bulk meatballs and packaged meatballs sold at Sepanjang market, Taman District, Sidoarjo Regency. Methods: The Salmonella sp. test on meatballs was carried out in four stages, pre-enrichment using Buffered Pepthone Water solution, enrichment using Tetrathionate Brothbase solution, isolation using Salmonella Shigella Agar media, and biochemical testing using Triple Sugar Iron Agar media. The samples used were 10 samples each. Result: The test proved that 20% of the samples were positively contaminated with Salmonella sp. both on bulk meatballs and on packaged meatballs. Conclusion: Food hygiene and sanitation must be applied properly and correctly in every process because food products circulating in public, especially meatball products, can avoid microbial contamination and be safe for consumption.
, Katarina Kole Grace Wangge, Lailia Dwi Kusuma Wardhani
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 50-53; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i2.2021.50-53

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Background: Scabies is a skin disease caused by Sarcoptes scabiei. Scabies is transmitted through direct contact with animals affected by scabies or contact with the source of scabies mite in area of cat lives. Purpose: This study aims to determine the management of scabies at Q-One PetKlinik Surabaya. Method: Handling domestic cats affected by S.scabiei began with an interview with the owner and examinated with the physical condition of cats, and observed the body that was infected with S.scabiei. Scrabbing on scabs was conducted in the cat’s body which was located in the facial area, and followed by microscopic examination to observe the S.scabiei mite. Results: During April 2021, there were 13 domestic cats affected by scabies. Treatment for scabies was by administrated drugs containing 5% Permethrin. Cats were also given supportive therapy by grooming with antiectoparasite shampoo after two weeks from being given drugs. Conclusion: Handling cases of scabies in domestic cats at Q-One PetKlinik Surabaya is performed by cleaning the scab, applying an ointment containing 5% permethrin, and giving anti-histamine and anti-parasitic as well as providing supportive therapy in the form of grooming using shampoo containing anti-ectoparasites.
Himatul Oktavia, , , Djoko Legowo
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 5-9; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i1.2021.5-9

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Background: Broiler chicken production is influenced by several factors, namely genetic, management, and environmental factors. Genetically superior chickens will not produce maximum results if not supported by a comfortable environment for chickens (comfort zone) because they are animals that will grow optimally at a certain temperature range. in addition, humidity also affects the production and health of chickens. So that the selection of the cage becomes important to create comfortable environmental conditions for chickens. Cage with a relatively stable temperature will greatly affect the production results, including body weight and feed conversion. Purpose: To determine the effect of temperature and humidity of semi-enclosed cages on weight gain and feed conversion of broiler chicken. Method: Observation was carried out during a period of maintenance of broiler chickens on farms and data collected in the form of the recording of chicken weight and feed conversion. Result: Temperature and humidity of semi-enclosed cages have a good effect on production results, with chicken harvest weight of 2197.3 grams and feed conversion of 1.52 kg. Conclusion: this study indicate that temperature and humidity have a good influence on weight gain of chickens and feed conversion value.
Nidia Yulanda, Nove Hidajati, Agung Budianto Achmad, Dony Chrismanto
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 10-14; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i1.2021.10-14

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Background: Making silage added with additives can improve the quality of silage nutrition and speed up the fermentation process. Molasses are widely used by farmers as additives for making silage. The use of molasses can be replaced with Fermented Mother Liquor (FML) in making silage. Purpose: to determine the effect of molasses addition on physical and chemical quality of corn plant silage given Fermented Mother Liquor (FML). Method: Observative data collection by making direct observations on making silage with two treatments consist of P0 (Corn Plant + 2% Fermented Mother Liquor (FML)) and P1 (Corn Plant + 2% Fermented Mother Liquor (FML) + 2% Molasses). The silage storage time was one week and on the seventh day observations were made on the physical and chemical quality of silage in each treatment. Result: The corn plant silage given fermented mother liquor (FML) without the addition of molasses produced better physical and chemical quality compared to corn plant silage given Fermented Mother Liquor (FML) with the addition of molasses. Conclusion: the corn plant silage given Fermented Mother Liquor (FML) only had better physical and chemical quality
Jihan Pangestuningrum, Sri Pantja Madyawati, Hana Eliyani, Ratna Damayanti,
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 15-21; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i1.2021.15-21

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Background: Estrus synchronization is a way to get a herd of cattle estrus at the same time. This method can increase the reproductive success of livestock, thereby increasing production and population. Purpose: To determine the estrus quality from estrus synchronized Boerja goats, in Trawas District, Mojokerto Regency. Method: Estrus synchronization using an intra-vaginal sponge contains hormone progesterone, combined with the injection of the hormone GnRH. an intra-vaginal progesterone sponge was inserted for 14 days. After 14 days, the goats were injected with the GnRH hormone, then placed in a cage with the male and observed for estrus quality. Result: the average onset of estrus was 40.6 hours, the average color of the goat's vulvar mucosa when estrus was 2.3 (dark pink), the average presence of mucus was 1.9 (excess vulvar mucus), the average mucus color is 2.8 (white), and the average temperature increase of the vulva when the goat is in estrus is 0.4 ° C. Conclusion: The observations showed that the estrus quality of the goats was very diverse and not all goats were able to show the maximum estrus quality. It can be due to genetic factors, body condition, and feed nutrition.
Henny Endah Anggraeni, Shania Zachra Nurfuadi
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i1.2021.1-4

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Background: Subclinical mastitis prevalence data in Bogor Regency is still lacking in every farm. It is important to calculate the prevalence and evaluation of the causative factors for subclinical mastitis in dairy cows to maintain the quality and quantity of milk production and determine the most appropriate control. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to describe Subclinical Mastitis Prevalence on Small Scale Dairy Farming in Bogor. Method: The data collection was carried out by determining 126 dairy cows as an individual sample using simple random sampling. Sample testing was performed using the California Mastitis Test (CMT). Results: The results showed that the prevalence of subclinical mastitis in the farm area was still very high at 82.5% with the results of 104 positive and 22 negative. Conclusion: The causes of subclinical mastitis are sanitation and poor hygiene in the implementation of milking.
Henny Endah Anggraeni, Yvette Rafi
Journal of Applied Veterinary Science And Technology, Volume 2, pp 22-25; https://doi.org/10.20473/javest.v2.i1.2021.22-25

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Background: Pink eye disease in goats causes blindness, weight loss, and expensive medical costs, resulting in losses on farmers. Purpose: The purpose of this case study is to provide information regarding the handling of Pink Eye cases in goats in Sawangan Farms. Method: Observation data presented descriptively were compared and discussed with supporting data from literature. Treatment of Pink Eye cases in 36 goats at Sawangan Farm was started by separating the affected goats, then topical therapy was provided with Super Tetracycline HCl 250 mg® in 1% warm orange water. Topical treatment was carried out once a day by spraying 5-10 ml of the solution on both eyes of the goat for a month. Results: Healing of the goat's eye occurs within 2 weeks. Conclusion: The goat's eyes improved and looked clear again after treatment.
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